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Jumping cursor I am haveing a hard time pointing to anything, because my cursor jumps all over my desk top, I have a hard time controling it. I have the New Windwos Vista Premium operating system. Is there any help for this problem?

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Hi there. My mouse is driving me mad. Reinstalled my PC. All fine. Installed MS Works - old version, I must admit - and I think it is after that that my mouse starting jumping all over the place and continuously "rushing" to the right of my screen. I cannot control it and am very frustrating. It is an old computer i am doing for a friend, using an HP PS2 mouse which I found in my box. Please help.
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Sounds like its a optical mouse, and you are probably using it on a reflective surface ie plastic mousemat, glass or along that lines, you will probaby find out it works fine on wood, or a a solid surface that aint reflective or a gel mouse mat.. :-) all the best John

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